Sometimes you need to go straight to the source. EBSCO's Help menu offers authoritative instruction on creating a strong search; auto-formatting a citation; emailing, batch-emailing, printing, or saving an article; saving articles in a temporary folder; saving a search or email alert for newly published articles on your designated topic, and more.
Journal articles give you an idea of theories and ongoing conversations and debates among scholars. Because the scope of an article is narrower than a book, you will want to be quite specific when creating a search.
The most comprehensive guide to information published about a film, filmmaker, theory or genre of filmmaking. Contains over half a million citations covering 150 film and television journals from 1976 to 2001.
Complete full-text runs of 2,600+ top scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Also includes ebooks and primary source documents. (Iwasaki Library subscribes to JSTOR Arts & Sciences I & III) For expanded JSTOR access, register for a free eCard through Boston Public Library. For help, see the JSTOR users' guides.